Sunday, November 21, 2010
clear 'diamond' brads: American Crafts
all paper (well, almost all): SU!
white paper for colouring with Copics: I think it's Neenah?
ink: SU! (except for the black, which is Memento)
twine, stamps, and dies: PTI
Sunday, October 31, 2010
SU! recently held a sale, in which I picked up a busload of CD cases. Since I'd already decided that the bulk of this year's Christmas gifts will involve gift cards, I figured these would make the perfect packaging!
My colour choices were dictated by the DSP, so I used Crumb Cake (the old Kraft), Early Espresso, Cherry Cobbler, a wee bit of Daffodil Delight, and Always Artichoke.
A quick supply round-up:
-DSP and CS by Stampin' Up (as is all ink, ribbon, and stamped images)
- sponging the edges and the ribbon
- colouring with blender pens and ink pads
The final product:
Sunday, April 11, 2010
I used mostly SU! supplies, but the stamped images are from Whiff of Joy. I used Memento Tuxedo Black ink, Copics, and Neenah paper (I think) for the images. And one very sharp X-acto blade!
The card is an easel card, and the directions for making this type of card can be found here. There's a video tutorial there, as well as instruction for making any size card in this style. It's a lot easier than I expected it to be!
I'm hoping to post more details once I get home...wait for it!
Sunday, April 4, 2010
Henry Mouse is a stamp from Whiff of Joy.
The circle die is from Nestabilities, and the glitter glue is from Stickles.
And here's the actual card...
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Basic supplies included:
- a dollar-store frame
- SU! Riding Hood Red, Bashful Blue, So Saffron, and Pumpkin Pie CS, ribbon, and DSP.
- Oval and scalloped oval punches and nesties, as well as the SU! scallop border punch
- Cuttlebug Olivia alphabet dies
- SU! Brads
I used watercolour pencils and the SU! blender pen to colour in my Hedgie.
I'm afraid the pictures aren't as edited as I'd like them to be, but until I get a new photo program, this is where it's at. Enjoy!
(For some reason, the 'click on the photo to enlarge' feature isn't working; sorry.)